A+ Mock Exam. A question regarding the PCI architecture and printer type....
Posted on 2005-05-06
I got my mock A+ exam back, and was one mark away from the ludicrous 90% pass mark. I am pretty anxious to get it back in the post, so I can sit the real thing! Trawling through the answers I have flagged these up as a possible incorrect answers. I know you can't give direct answers, but I am sure you can confirm or deny if I have got it right in the first place. It would be an excellent help!
Which of the following is an accurate characterization of the Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) architecture?
A:- The PCI bus is for 80386 and 80486 computers only.
B:- The PCI slots support bus mastering
C:- The PCI architecture supports 32 and 64 bit data transfers
D:- The PCI architecture is for Intel-compatible computers only
I have the answer as B
Another fairly confusing one:-
You are providing consulting services for a client who plans to purchase a large number of printers that can print multi-part forms? Which of the following printer types should you recommend?
I have put D laser, for obvious reasons. I have a feeling the answer maybe Dot Matrix, but it has been a while since I have seen a Dot Matrix printer in an office. Could someone shed any light.
Many Many Thanks,